Valuation of Welsh Forest Resources
This study estimates using a natural capital accounting approach the value of five ecosystem goods and services provided by woodlands in Wales: standing timber, timber extraction, carbon sequestration, recreation and air quality improvement.
Control of Gaultheria shallon
Gaultheria shallon can be effectively controlled by the herbicides picloram, triclopyr or glyphosate if they are applied at the correct time of year.
Assessing public and stakeholder attitudes to Pine Martens
Forest Research is undertaking attitudinal research with stakeholders and the public to understand levels of awareness about pine marten ecology, and perspectives around a potential re-introduction.
Putting UK woodland bats on the map
We are working with Bat Conservation Trust to develop and trial a national citizen science field survey scheme and species distribution modelling framework for UK woodland bats.
Integrated, transferable solutions and policies, to unlock immobile forest resources in Europe.
Exploring the scope to enhance the biodiversity potential, ecosystem functioning and resilience of woodlands through the diversification and conversion of simple production-oriented forest stands.
Governance of community woodlands
Research projects exploreing governance of community woodlands and forests
Forest Management Adaptation (AdaFor) 2013 -2015
Details of the Forest Management Adaption project working to ensure forests are sustainable in the future
Literature review: behaviour and behavioural change
This page is summarises Forest Research’s review of the latest research and practice regarding behaviour and behavioural change.
Human dimensions of adaptive forest management
The page summarises the findings from Forest Research’s literature review and case study analyses on the social, cultural and organisational aspects of adaptive forest management and the impact of innovation in this area.